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Denarius

Object Number:88-13-155
Current Location: Collections Storage
Culture:Julio-Claudian
Provenience: Mediterranean
Manufacture Location: Rome (Italy)
Maker: Augustus
Period: Imperial Roman Period
Date Made: 13 BC
Early Date: -13
Late Date: -13
Section:Mediterranean
Materials:Silver
Iconography:Head
Augustus
Simpulum
Lituus
Tripod
Patera
Credit Line:Gift of the University of Pennsylvania Department of Classical Studies, 1988
Other Number:9 - Other Number

Description

Obv: Head of Augustus, bare; CAESAR AVGVSTVS

Rev: Simpulum and lituus above; tripod and patera below; C.ANTISTIUS. REGINUS III VIR

Bibliography:

[Book] Sydenham, Edward A., and Mattingly, Harold. 1923. The Roman Imperial Coinage. v. 2. Vespasian to Hadrian.. London. Spink & Son. Vol. 2. Type Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: p. 410, no. 73View Objects related to this Type Citation
[Catalogue] Mattingly, Harold. 1923. Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum. Volume 1. Augustus to Vitellius.. London. The British Museum. : Page/Fig./Plate: p. 78, no. 179View Objects related to this

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